Friday, April 02, 2010

Watchdog group requests White House official's e-mail after Google Buzz mishap | Technology | Los Angeles Times

Hmm…

Consumer Watchdog has filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to obtain e-mails between Internet policy chief Andrew McLaughlin and his former employer, Google Inc.

McLaughlin, Google’s former top lobbyist, unwittingly revealed his frequent e-mail contacts on his Google Buzz profile in February. Now the nonprofit consumer group, which opposed McLaughlin’s appointment to the Obama administration post, is raising questions about McLaughlin's relationship with Google.

Watchdog group requests White House official's e-mail after Google Buzz mishap | Technology | Los Angeles Times

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